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Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers + Link Up!

FREE Who's My Character - Higher Order Thinking Skills Game

Great questions to ask before, during, and after reading!

Teacher has created long list of cartoon Pixar (and other) shorts to be used to teach reading strategies. She also has graphic organizers to go with them.

Here is a list of the 234 childrens picture books on video offered on Discovery Education, play the video on your SMARTboard so that all of your students can follow along. Most have closed captioning, so your students can read along, too!

Florida Center for Reading Research: Brilliant Jerika showed me these free resources. TONS!

parent reading handout. Put the info about how much 20 minutes a day adds up to, and the benefits, on the back.

FREE This Note-Taking Chart is a simple graphic organizer to help students in grades 3-6 take notes when reading or after reading a chapter of fiction!...

Why didnt i think of this?!? rubric for reading response journals. (Marzano)

Let your students be short vowel detectives and find words from their reading book for each vowel sound.

Boxed Children's Books 12.99 a box apprx 150 books

Reading Fair projects: summary, author's purpose, characters, conflict, etc.

musical chairs reading.She played music and when the music stopped we needed to stop, sit down and start reading! Then when the music started again we walked around the circle until it stopped again – then we sat down and started reading again. We had a great time!! It was lots of fun and something different to develop our reading interests.

Reading comprehension worksheets for ANY grade 1-5!! This allows you to differentiate for your different reading level guided reading groups!! Great, great site!

Keep record of fluency to give to parents.

Teaching Reading to the Dyslexic Student

top 100 children's books of all-time. Probably read about 80% of them.

100 Best Childrens Chapter Books of All-Time. Most of the ones I haven't read are in my classroom. Summer project.

BookPig. Website where librarians suggest books for kids to read by grade, genre, and favorites. It's like Netflix, but with books!!